3 edition of Nigeria and the rule of law found in the catalog.
Nigeria and the rule of law
International Commission of Jurists (1952- )
by The Commission in Geneva, Switzerland
|Statement||International Commission of Jurists.|
|LC Classifications||KTA2095 .I58 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||239 p. :|
|Number of Pages||239|
|LC Control Number||97119768|
The Rule of Law is one of the fundamental principles of a democratic society and the foundation of a civilized society. In this short concise book, Tom Bingham first examines the historical origins of the rule -- such as the Magna Carta , Habeas corpus, Petition of Right , Sir Matthew Hale's resolutions and the Universal Declaration of /5. In the first one hundred days of this administration, some unprecedented records were set which set the tone for a new dawn in Nigeria's judicial system and the rule of .
The conclusion to be drawn from our discussion on the importance of the rule of law in bringing about democratic consolidation and good governance is that for the most part of her existence as an independent political entity, whether under military or civilian rule, Nigeria is yet to condition herself to the practice of the rule of law as a. This is assuming that English Common Law — which Nigeria inherited from Britain after independence — will be applied. However, in the years since military rule ended in , and in defiance.
This book, which has twenty chapters, is a collection of essays in honour of Honourable Justice (Mrs) Kate Abiri, Chief Judge of Bayelsa State of Nigeria who has contributed immensely to the rule of law and advancement in the Niger Delta area in particular where the petroleum industry has wrought great devastation in various forms. Rule of Law practitioners around the world have relied on this Handbook for almost five years now. In fact, I have found this volume used by both civilian and military rule of law practitioners from many agencies across Afghanistan.
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It can, therefore, be concluded that leaders in Nigeria have turned the rule of law to mere myth in the Nigerian constitution. In this write-up, you will learn one or two things about the Rule of Law in Nigeria and what it is all about.
The rule of law. Rule of law is essential in every society. Ojo, A. Constitutional Law and Military Rule in Nigeria Ibadan: Evans Brothers Ltd., Company/Commercial/Tax Law/Intellectual Property Akanki, J.O., Essays on company law Lagos: University of Lagos Press, Professor Proehl's book deals with the rule of law in Nigeria.
Though focused on foreign enterprise and economic development, the scope is broader and includes constitutional matters as well as an interesting discourse on the sources and prospects of Nigerian law.' And this is essential to his logic, for in some respects the assessment of the.
A strong and established regime of the rule of law will do more to advance Nigeria’s ailing economy, win foreign investor confidence, strengthen political culture in Nigeria and attract much needed investment into the critical sectors of the : Anthony Ubani.
In Nigeria, there has always been a question whether the rule of law is a myth or a reality. Nigeria is a nation governed by laws and the rule of law is well enshrined in the Constitution, however in practice, the rule of law in not without some challenges and problems.
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The Westminster parliamentary system recognized the “supremacy of law”. However, inthe rule of law was forcibly replaced by the rule of force.
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The World Factbook Country/Location Locator Map Modal. Africa:: Nigeria Print. No Photos Available. Area - comparative. The law of Nigeria consists of courts, offences, and various types of laws. Nigeria has its own constitution which was established on 29 May The Constitution of Nigeria is the supreme law of the country.
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Since the inception of civilian rule inthe provisions of the constitution have been tested in various aspects before the courts. There are, however, still some areas best left to conjecture until courts pronounce on them. This book is a completely revised merger of both volumes 1 and 2 of Constitutional Law in Nigeria previously by: This section contains free e-books and guides on Law Books, some of the resources in this section can be viewed online and some of them can be downloaded.
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Professor Dr. Emmanuel Omoh Esiemokhai. [email protected] When the British Government formally granted political independence to Nigeria on October 1,the politicians, who took over the reins of Government was well-educated, experienced, sophisticated and above all, very patriotic.
The book, Criss Crossing Law and Jurisprudence, is a festschrift in honour of Professor Akindele B. Oyebode, a retired Professor of Law at the University of Lagos and one of Nigeria’s foremost.
It analyzes how Islamic law emerged in Nigeria toward the beginning of the 19th century and remained applicable until the arrival of the British Colonial regime in Northern Nigeria in Anticipating a book written by an attorney entitled Rule of Law will definitely whet one's appetite for a legal procedural.
Randy Singer's books have always been top-notch reads and he ranks amongst the best legal suspense writers of today/5. The above is a classical case of what we have in Nigeria. To Wakaman and Gabas () “Politics rule the world, democracy rule the people, Nigeria has neither yet we are in a civil rule and we are even about to roll out drums albeit on a very modest scale to shout we got the military back to the barracks”.
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1. NIGERIA AND THE RULE OF LAW 2. “The rule of law is the foundation for communities of opportunity and equity—it is the predicate for the eradication of poverty, violence, corruption, pandemics, and other threats to civil society.” -WILLIAM H.
NEUKOM, FOUNDER AND CEO, THE WORLD JUSTICE PROJECT 3."Government needs also respect the rule of law, for where it persists in flouting court orders, it is setting a pernicious example to the rest of society, and telling Nigerians that it is just.